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Scenic Beaches, 1 Million square miles of Ancient Land: This is Egypt

Scenic Beaches, 1 Million square miles of Ancient Land: This is Egypt

Sarah Eldib, Managing Editor

October 4, 2016


Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

Various countries around the world offer luxurious resorts where you can swim and soak in the sun's vitamins at the beach. On the other hand, there are also countries where you could ride a camel in the desert or negotiate at a bazaar. Sounds like two different types of countries, right? What if I told...

Highlights of New York Fashion Week: Controversies and Change

Rachel Sapienza, Staff Writer

October 4, 2016


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For fashion insiders and fans alike, the 7-9 days of New York Fashion Week are of the utmost importance. Occurring semi-annually in February and September, designers show the public and press their collections for the upcoming season (6 months in advance). 2016 has seen lots of changes to this traditional...

12-Year-Old Grace VandeerWaal of Suffern, NY Wins America’s Got Talent Season 11

Alison Saunders, Entertainment Editor

September 28, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

Currently, Grace VandeerWaal is busy singing on The Ellen Show in Los Angeles and being interviewed by Jimmy Fallon in New York City, but less than a year ago, she was just a typical 12 year-old girl residing not too far from Ramsey. A few months ago, the Suffern, New York singer-songwriter auditioned...

Sri Lanka: a Vacation of a Lifetime

Sri Lanka: a Vacation of a Lifetime

Natalia Senanayake, Columnist

June 7, 2016


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With the vast Atlantic Ocean on our right and the engulfing pacific on our left, traveling overseas can be an absolute headache, especially when Disney World is just a short plane ride away. Yes, traveling to a national extent is a fulfilling experience, but it lacks one aspect that traveling abroad...

Summer 2016 Brings Music Festivals Galore

Ali Saunders, Entertainment Editor

June 6, 2016


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Music festivals may seem to be a new trend, but they’ve actually been part of American culture for about 50 years. In 1969, the festival scene found its roots in Woodstock in Bethel, NY. Today, there are countless music festivals appearing in almost every city. Given that we are transitioning from...

Stars Shine in Met Gala 2016

Sinead Hornack, Staff Writer

June 2, 2016


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Each May the biggest celebrities, hundreds of photographers, and countless media outlets flock to the Met Gala in New York City. The event serves as an annual fundraiser that benefits the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute. This year’s theme was Manus x Machine: Fashion in An Age of...

Controversy Dominates New Beyonce Album

Sarah Eldib, Managing Editor

June 2, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

On April 23rd Beyoncé Knowles shook not only her Beyhive, but also the music industry with her newly released visual album, Lemonade. Although Beyonce had hinted towards the project, the world was still shocked when the new music appeared on Tidal, the Jay Z-managed streaming service. Inspired by her ...

MARS ART: Out of This World

MARS ART: Out of This World

Emma Taylor, Staff Writer

May 2, 2016


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For some time now, we have been hearing the occasional comment, or the flash of a photo, tied to the word "MARS." What is MARS? In overturning more information, I can report that MARS is more than just a grey sweatshirt or a single mixtape. MARS ART is a group comprising of Anu Ayyagari, Billy Sexton...

Melanie Martinez: Electropop and childhood memories

Natalia Senanayake, Staff Writer

May 2, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

It's safe to say that the music scene is rapidly changing. From country to EDM, rising stars have been popping up in all genres of music. As pop seems to remain the most played genre on the radio, the amount of artists trying to break into the industry keeps increasing as well. While it is easy to overlook...

Top 3 Viral Moments of April 2016

Alison Saunders, Entertainment Editor

April 28, 2016


Filed under Entertainment

High school senior Brittany Stinson from Delaware was accepted into five Ivy League schools - Yale, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth, and Cornell - in addition to Stanford University, and she has since shared her admissions essay with the world.   The Class of 2016 valedict...

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